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Post 152  Menno, South Dakota

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ABOUT THIS POST

CHARTER DATE: January 1, 1920

POST NAMESAKE: Rames-Bender Post 152 The original name was the Matson Rames post, named after the first Menno man who was killed during WWI. Matson.. Read more »

NOTABLE MEMBERS: Men killed in War

  1. Matson Rames (WWI)
  2. Wilmer Bender (WWII)
  3. Calvin Hoff (WWII)
  4. Alfred Huber (WWII)
  5. Harry Koerner (WWII)
  6. .. Read more »

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1990
Membership count was 130 members, with 60 of them PUFL's The following individuals were the officers of the Rames-Bender Post for 1995: Commander: Roger Mensch First Vice Commander: Earl Keller Second Vice Commander: Leon Welch Adjutant: Kenneth Aisenbrey Finance: Jerome Hoff Chaplain: Gary Schelske Sergeant at Arms: Gerald Nusz Membership Chairman: LeRoy Heer Historian: Kenneth Aisenbrey Public Relations: William Headley Full story »
The Legion School Awards were presented to eight school students by Legionnaire Robert Rennolet at the school gym. The students selected for the awards were: Laura Mehlhaf, Robbie Kirschenman, Cherie Abma, Lee Guthmiller, Nathan Zeeb, Andy Schumacher, Heather Dant, and Laura Sayler. The Post also send one boy to Boy's State. Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 conducted the Memorial Day service in Menno, South Dakota at the Menno High School gym. The post set up the Avenue of Flags at the cemetery. The color guard and firing squad marched to the cemetery, along with the Legion Auxiliary and the high school band. Pastor Ron Davis was the key-note speaker. Following the service at the ceremony, the Memorial pot luck luncheon was held at the high school gym. The food was provided by the Legion Auxiliary and wives of the Legion members. Full story »
Rames-Bender Post 152 sponsored the 4th of July parade in Menno, South Dakota. The event attracted marchers and floats from miles around the town. After the parade, the post sponsored an Open House and Dance, which featured the East River Cowboys band. The post also had a raffle which gave out $500 worth of prizes. Full story »
Rames-Bender Honor Guard provided military funeral honors for veteran and Legionnaire Ray Hauck. Full story »
Rames-Bender Post 152 Honor Guard provided military funeral honors for veteran and Legionnaire Dewayne Jensen. Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 held a Feather Bingo to raise money for the post. Prizes were turkeys for Thanksgiving Day. Full story »
After the November meeting, Legionnaires helped volunteers from the Lake Restoration Fund prepare venison chislic. The post and Lake Menno Restoration Fund have a joint project to raise money to restore Lake Menno. Full story »
The Fall Stag Night was a successful money raising project for the post, which consisted of swiss steak supper and an evening of entertainment. The post also had a raffle with $500 worth of prizes. Full story »
Membership count was 130 members, with 60 of them PUFL's The following individuals were the officers of the Rames-Bender Post for 1996: Commander: Roger Mensch First Vice Commander: Earl Keller Second Vice Commander: Leon Welch Adjutant: Kenneth Aisenbrey Finance: Jerome Hoff Chaplain: Gary Schelske Sergeant at Arms: Gerald Nusz Membership Chairman: LeRoy Heer Historian: Kenneth Aisenbrey Public Relations: William Headley Full story »
As part of a joint project with the Rames-Bender Post 152 and the Lake Menno Restoration Fund Drive, a venison chislic supper was held at the Menno High School gym. Venison chislic and brats were served. Full story »
A Valentine party for Legionnaire wives was held at the post, where prime rib was served for supper, followed by entertainment. Full story »
At the March meeting, the Legion was asked by the Lake Menno Restoration Fund Drive to furnish a flag pole and Honor Guard for the dedication ceremonies on June 9, 1996. The post decided to accept the proposal given to them and, with a flag pole being donated to the post, the only thing needed is to have it moved to the lake. Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 Spring Stag Night was held at the post. It was a very successful money raising event. The evening consisted of a swiss steak supper and entertainment for the men. There was also $500 of prizes given to the men. Full story »
The Legion School Awards was presented to eight school students by Legionnaire Robert Rennolet at the Menno High School gym. The selected students were: Gary hauck, Danette Mettler, Kent Sattler, Lisa Groen, Brady Smidt, Rebecca Wek, Daniel Fergen, and Blair Rames. The Rames-Bender Post 152 also selected Jay Headley for Boy's State and Ben Schummacher to Journalism City. Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 conducted the Memorial Day service in Menno, South Dakota at the Menno High School gym. The post set up the Avenue of Flags at the cemetery. The color guard and firing squad marched to the cemetery, along with the Legion Auxiliary and the high school band. Pastor Timothy Hull was the key-note speaker. Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 furnished an Honor Guard and presented the colors at the Lake Menno Dedication Ceremony on the shores of Lake Menno. Restoring Lake Menno was a joint project between the post and the Lake Menno Restoration Fund Association. Full story »
Rames-Bender Post 152 sponsored the 4th of July parade in Menno, South Dakota. The event attracted marchers and floats from miles around the town. After the parade, the post sponsored an Open House and Dance, which featured the East River Cowboys band. The post also had a raffle which gave out $500 worth of prizes. Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 Honor Guard provided a military funeral honors for veteran Ralph Diede. Members of the honor guard was: Jerry Nusz (Sergeant-at-Arms), Bruce Anderson, Larry Kirschenman, Lee Herrboldt, and Gary Schelske (Chaplain). Full story »
The Rames-Bender Post 152 held the Fall Stag Night at the post. It was a successful money raising project. The evening consisted of a swiss steak supper and an evening of entertainment. The post also had a raffle with $500 worth of prizes. Full story »
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